Nurminen special trailer for giant bull

By Laura Hatton17 December 2012

The ‘Shy Black’ being transported to England from Finland by Nurminen Logistics

The ‘Shy Black’ being transported to England from Finland by Nurminen Logistics

A giant sculpture of a bull made from scrap car parts is being transported to England from Finland by Nurminen Logistics.

The sculpture, named the Shy Black, is a piece of work created by Finnish sculptress Miina Äkkijyrkkä.

Nurminen Logistics, a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) network, carried the unique cargo from Finland to England on a special Nurminen transport trailer. The unusual item began its adventure in Helsinki, where it was driven to a port before being shipped to England. From the destination port, the Nurminen trailer and the ‘Shy Black’ continued their journey on the road before arriving at Barnards Farm Sculpture Park in Essex.

Nurminen Logistics has experience transporting museum buildings, museum pieces and other oversized items.

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